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Reading Game Boards (FREE!): Sight Words, Vowel Teams, Blends, and Digraphs
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Your student(s) will enjoy practicing some literacy skills with these colorful, engaging games! The set includes 5 games: sight words (Fry’s first 200 words), vowel teams #1 (long a and long e words), blends, digraphs, and vowel teams #2. The game boards come in full color as well as an ink-saving option. They were created for use by students in first and second grade. I hope your students enjoy using them!
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Your student(s) will enjoy practicing some literacy skills with these colorful, engaging games! The set includes 5 games: sight words (Fry’s first 200 words), vowel teams #1 (long a and long e words), blends, digraphs, and vowel teams #2. The game boards come in full color as well as an ink-saving option. They were created for use by students in first and second grade. I hope your students enjoy using them! 

DIRECTIONS: The games were created to be laminated and used as simple, one-page practice games. Just add one die (to make play longer) and game pieces. Place the pieces on start and take turns rolling the die and moving around the board. There are directions on each page. Some games require students to read the words. Others ask students to say the sound and come up with a word that either starts or ends with that sound. 




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  • Cool Reading Games
    Apr 21, 2016

    I like the colors, the ilustrations and that are included the common core standars. Cool games that will engage the kids. It would be great if maybe is changed the font, little ones can be confused a bit with the i or l. But, for my kids that are 9/10 yrs old and are learning ESL, are more than good. Thanks very much for sharing. :)

    Anna R - Member Since April 2016
  • Could be improved.
    Feb 26, 2016

    Since my daughter is just starting blends, it is confusing to see all caps here. Especially since a capital i often looks like a lower case L. I l
    most of the words on this list, they kids need to seen in lower case.

    Samantha S - Parent - Member Since January 2016

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Most of my 17 years of experience were spent teaching pre-K and kindergarten. I also have experience teaching up to 3rd grade. I have used my love of reading to develop a set of 30 phonics-based beginning reading books for use in preschool-first grade. In addition, I have developed sets of reading games and math games that can be used in the classroom or as take-home activities and can be adjusted to address various skill levels. I also have a range of hands on, cut-and-glue materials which keep young students engaged. They have proven to be a success in my own classroom and at home with my 3 little ones. I am so excited to share them!

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